I went up a band size after reading reviews that said Ewa Michalak bands run tight, but this one seems pretty true to size; I should have gone with my gut and gotten the 65. The band is stretchy and comfortable and stays put as long as I keep it on the tightest hook. I'm confident that in the 65, it would behave the same way on the loosest one. The cups have a tiiiiiiiiny bit of quadding without the asymmetry pads, so I obviously can't wear this bra with the pads, but it doesn't show under shirts, and considering it's the best-fitting bra I ... own right now, I think I'll live with that until I can receive a 65HH in the mail. This bra sits beautifully in my IMF, and it accommodates inner fullness better than the Comexim 3HC. It's also narrower than Comexim's 3HC, with underwires that are U-shaped rather than spread out to the sides. I could probably go for a narrower wire, but this one is plenty comfortable as it is, so I'm not too bothered about it. The bra is a lovely shade of light pink that I think will complement most skin tones, and the seams and lace didn't show up under the clingiest, stretchiest shirt I could find. When I put it on, my husband said, "Whoa, they look a lot more projected than usual." (Isn't he cute, picking up on bra lingo lol), but when I put a shirt on, they looked very rounded, and while they weren't minimised, I think once you get to a certain size, there's no escaping the fact that you have large breasts. The bra does hold them on the front of my body instead of the sides, which is exactly what I wanted. All in all, I will definitely be ordering another one in the correct size.
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